Mumdance back again with more in his "Different Circles"series of mixtapes...They've all be good so far so don't expect this one to change! Featuring 2 unreleased tracks from the man himself and loads of old school and rare records it's definitely a summer soundtrack to behold...Roll on the proper hot weather.
You can also subscribe to these mixtapes as iTunes podcasts by clicking this link...check em!
Thursday, 22 March 2012
Wednesday, 21 March 2012
New from Toob.. The Chop House EP - Free to download from www.toob.org.uk A really exciting blend of percussive techno with that terrace feel from the heavy chords and tight drumkit. A real stomper of an EP..and it's free if you get on their webpage (listed at the top).
Jakeone and Rich Thair have been making music together as Toob since the murky mid-2000s, clocking up two albums (on Lo Recordings and Process Recordings), three EPs, seven 12″s, one 7″ and a handful of remixes including most recently, Red Snapper’s ‘Jack’ on V2 and Detroit Grand Pubahs’
The rest of the tracks can be found here:
New business from Leicester's Nutral....entitled "Knock Back," We're fairly sure it will do just that on any dancefloor, heavy synth bass hits with some crooked beats with have anyone skanking to this. Check it:
If you like what you hear, make sure to show some love on his soundcloud, plenty more big fiya tunes and free DL's to be had:
Lil Silva just dropped a preview of 3 unreleased tracks on his soundcloud...safe to say i'll be keeping my eye out for the release dates...bassplate pressure! He also mentions lots of collabs forthcoming...including Jamie Woon, look forward to hearing them!
Tuesday, 20 March 2012
Proper rude. Only way to describe this tune, phat bass and perfect percussion. I see some big things for this guy very soon! Top Tip: Paleman. Already gaining support from Mary Anne Hobbs and Hush House Blog, with tunes like this in his repertoire, who knows what the future holds! Check dat.
I just hope it gets released soon!
Hush House Post >> http://hush-house.blogspot.co.uk/2012/01/introducing-paleman.html